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Disabling a property if as a condition of two other values

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I have three double properties and I want one of them to be disabled if both the two others have the value 1.0.


My best guess was to do something like this in OnCreatePropertyCollection()


List<PropertyCollectionRule> propRules = new List<PropertyCollectionRule>();
propRules.Add(new ReadOnlyBoundToNameValuesRule(PropertyNames.Threshold, false,
  TupleStruct<object, object>(PropertyNames.Alpha, 1.0),
  TupleStruct<object, object>(PropertyNames.Beta, 1.0)));
but that has causes Threshold to be disabled if any of the others have the value 1.0, not only if both.
Setting inverse=true does not give the desired result either.
Isn't it possible to achieve this result?

Michael Vinther

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